Parade grand marshalPleased, and more than a little surprised, were Jack Park's reactions to being informed he had been selected as the 2016 Northland Independence Day Parade grand marshal.
After years of preparation, construction and planning, Delaware County has its first outlet mall.
Guide to benefits, health resources and more for veterans of all eras.
Columbus police have joined firefighters in using naloxone, a drug that has been shown to prevent deaths of those who overdose on opioids and heroin.
Busy Route 62 intersection
New Albany will move forward with a roundabout at the intersection of Greensward and Lambton Park roads and U.S. Route 62.
It appears some old-fashioned persistence and griping could lead to satisfaction for a German Village couple.
Canal Winchester schools
A resolution of necessity approved June 20 by the Canal Winchester Board of Education was the district's first step toward placing a 0.5-mill levy on the Nov. 8 ballot.
The Worthington school board on June 27 approved a longtime employee as the district’s new director of special education.
Westerville City Schools
The Westerville Board of Education on June 27 voted to hire a new principal and new athletics director.
Johnstown voters might be asked to approve an income-tax increase in November.
Ohio Wesleyan University's first "SLUplex" won't stand alone for long.
Worthington Interfaith Neighbors
With their latest community event, the Worthington Interfaith Neighbors aim to continue battling fear with knowledge.
FootballClayton Bullard had had enough of the pain.
Over the past two-plus decades, central Ohio high school football has made its mark in just about every way imaginable.
Delaware Hayes RoundupMadi Huck has never been one to take personal honors for granted, no matter how many she has accrued as a pitcher for the Delaware Hayes High School softball team.
DeSales RoundupTrying to find the right words to describe his happiness June 4, DeSales High School girls lacrosse coach Joe Finotti emphasized his pride in the program as it celebrated its first state championship.
Athletes of the Year
Now that the school year is over and summer is upon us, it's time to announce our Athletes of the Year for the spring season. Here are the honorees:
U.S. Olympic Trials
In line to clinch the United States’ final berth for the 2016 Summer Olympics in women’s 3-meter springboard diving, Abby Johnston held her own June 26.
Pickerington High School Central graduate Caris LeVert is set for the next chapter of his basketball career.
Girls Track & Field
Abby Steiner, who recently completed her sophomore year at Dublin Coffman High School, has been named the Gatorade Ohio Girls Track and Field Athlete of the Year.
Eagle Food & Beer Hall has joined the diverse Short North dining scene.
Wolf's Ridge Brewing will serve its Tap Room guests a new menu.
Chef Todd Gross said he looks to diners for inspiration.
Shelly Jaronsky has offered a blog about desserts on her website, cookiesandcups.com, since 2008 and compiled more than 125 of her favorite recipes into her first cookbook.
Sometimes when I open my mouth. I hear the words not only of my mother coming out but also of my grandmother and great-grandmother.
Rehabbing the attractive, former Mykonos Taverna and Bakery Greek restaurant space into the Himalayan Grille looks to have been surprisingly easy.
What are your thoughts on duck pastrami?